Nurses’ attitude and perceived barriers towards error reporting in health care: An integrative review
1. Woo Ming Wei, Jeffrey, RN, MHSM; BN (Hons IIA); BN; ADip Nsg (MGT); ADip Nsg (CDM); SDip Nsg (DME) 2. Avery Mark James, BHA, MBus (Res)
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|Review Type||Abstract Review Only: Reviewed by Event Host|
|Evidence Level||Systematic Review|
|Name||110th Anniversary of Chinese Nursing Association & Belt and Road International Nursing Congress|
|Host||Chinese Nursing Association|
|Location||Beijing International Convention Center, Beijing, China|
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